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Peter Obi shocks Nigerians, says “I’m not a saint”, melts hearts with new plans (Video)
Peter Obi keep gaining more support from younger Nigerians as he continues to preach and reveal possibilities that could help regain Nigeria from its present state.
Obi’s overnight followership is traced to previous experience during the EndSAR protest that witnessed the killing of innocent Nigerians who peacefully gather, demanding good governance from President Mohammadu Buhari’s led administration.
More so, the lingered security issues and economic crisis, unemployment, kidnapping, inflation, corruption, and many others could also be reasons Peter Obi’s supporters doubled daily despite belonging to a minority party.
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The Ex-Anambra governor assured that Nigeria could ve restored if everyone starts doing what is right not minding the position one occupies.
Driving down his point, Obi gave instances of how he deliberately chose to sit at the back during church service because he arrived late, adding that impunity has become a measure of success in the country.
On corruption, he accepted not to be a saint and said it could also be stopped at 70% if every household stops stealing, and individually. Pointing out further instances, he noted, as a governor who approves what to steal would first take part and rest continue till nothing remains for that particular purpose or project.